We do this all the time with WebRamps on the client side and a PM2e10 at =
our Ops center... we also do it through RCN & others so I'm confident =
most switches will have no trouble with it.
Using a web ramp.
Set up the client network using the sub-block. (ie x.x.x.128 / 29)
Set the IP of the webramp on the first address in the block. .129
Set the netmask appropriately. Use the same netmask on the hosts.
Set up the other hosts above that... .130, .131, etc...
Client systems default route should be the webramp address (.129).
Use the Connection Wizard to set up a Branch Office connection. The =
defaults everywhere should work. Be sure to check the box that says =
"this connection is the default route...."
That should settle the client side.
On the host side, you will need a static route in your dial-in switch to =
the assigned subnet using the IP address of the webramp.
On your router(s) that hit the rest of the net you will need a static =
route for the assigned subnet that points to the dial-in switch.
Those are the basics.
Hope this helps,
----- Original Message -----=20
From: Gabriel Sponsler=20
Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2000 19:11
Subject: [NTISP] PPP subnet...
I have a situation where I need to assign /29 subnet to remote =
office where the client is using a dial-up PPP connection. Now I know =
that Emerald will allow me to assign a static subnet to a specified =
user, but I don't know how to handle that subnet from the client side.
Is there any particular hardware (web ramp, pipeline), preferably =
inexpensive that will route 4 static public IP addresses over a single =
PPP connection. Or is there a way to route IP's to the rest of the =
network using a Unix or NT machine.
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------=_NextPart_000_120E_01BFB69E.DD409B30------- Original Message -----From:=20 Gabriel=20 SponslerSent: Wednesday, May 03, 2000 =19:11Subject: [NTISP] PPP =subnet...I have a situation =where I=20 need to assign /29 subnet to remote office where the client is using a =dial-up=20 PPP connection. Now I know that Emerald will allow me =to=20 assign a static subnet to a specified user, but I don't know how to =handle=20 that subnet from the client side.Is there any =particular=20 hardware (web ramp, pipeline), preferably inexpensive that will route =4 static=20 public IP addresses over a single PPP connection. Or is there a =way=20 to route IP's to the rest of the network using a Unix or NT=20 machine.Thanks =all,Gabriel